Memes are the new source of entertainment and communication over all social media platforms. It goes without saying that the social media space would be boring without memes. Memes are not just limited to entertainment or mocking, they also play a huge role in marketing the products so even brands use memes for marketing. The new addition to meme culture is now the results of NEET exams.
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2022 results will be declared today, September 02, 2022 by National Testing Agency (NTA). The NEET 2022 results will be declared online at neet.nta.nic.in and ntaresults.nic.in. Now, ahead of the announcement of results the social media is flooded with memes related to results. Netizens are sharing funny memes, GIFs, hilarious jokes and pictures related to the situation of NEET candidate prior the announcement of results.
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Social media users have gone berserk and some of the Twitteratis have gone creative with the memes. One user shared a meme featuring the still from Phir Hera Pheri with the dialogue, merko to esa dhak dhak horela hai’ and wrote, “Every NEET Aspirant waiting for Result! #NeetResult #NEETUG2022”, while another user shared a still from Paatal Lok with Hatoda Tyagi’s holding hammer in hand and wrote, “Today if anyone asks my #NEET result. #NEETUG2022 #NEETresult2022”.
One Twitterati wrote, “BREAKING NEWS: NEET UG 2022 Toppers announced! Check your dur ke mausa, mama ji ka ldkaa...koi na koi mil jayega. #NEETUG2022 #NeetResult #NEETresult2022 #NEETUGresult #neettoppers.” another user shared a photo of Ananya Panday as NEET Aspirant and Siddhant Chaturvedi as MBBS student. Under Ananya’s picture her statement from Rajiv Masand’s Round Table “Maine bohot struggle kiya hai”, whereas, under Siddhant’s picture his statement from the same interview was written “Jahaan humaare sapne poore hote hai vaha inke struggle shuru hote hai.”
Meanwhile, memes have also been used by Mumbai and Delhi police to spread awareness regarding traffic. With this they are able to communicate and reach to more youngsters.
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